The morning huddle brings you all the Houston Texans news you need to know, today’s link includes a look at Vrabel’s impact and rising ticket prices
Good morning Houston Texans fans, and a happy Saturday to you all. let’s get this weekend started right by checking out the news you need to know;
“Veep” Anthony Weaver back in the building – by John Harris, HoustonTexans.com
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"When the announcement was made Friday as to the hiring of Anthony Weaver as the team’s new defensive line coach, I’ll admit, I was a little more excited than usual. I can’t wait to meet Sean Ryan, the team’s new receivers coach, and Larry Izzo, the former Patriots captain turned special teams coordinator, as I’ve never met either one. But, Weaver and I, well, we go back a ways."
Houston Texans announce 2016 ticket prices – KHOU Staff
"The Houston Texans announced their ticket prices for the 2016 season Friday.The Texans’ average general ticket price next season will be $97.32 per ticket, which is up 5.9 percent from $91.87 in 2015."
Retaining linebackers coach Mike Vrabel instrumental to Texans’ defense – by Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
"Vrabel remained with the Texans, landing a hefty raise in the process after turning down Chip Kelly’s offer to be the San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator after interviewing Tuesday for the job.There will undoubtedly be other future opportunities for the 40-year-old to run a defense. Vrabel is learning behind 68-year-old defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel, one of the most experienced and highest-compensated defensive coordinators in the game. There are scenarios where Vrabel could eventually succeed Crennel down the road."